If you need help urgently, look here If you have lost someone significant and are finding it hard to cope, it may be helpful to speak to someone. You aren't alone. There's lots of help on hand. Here are some helplines and on line chat you can contact, with trained counsellors at the end of the line. Pick up the phone. They're ready to help. The NHS has set up an emergency helpline for anyone whose loved one has died in hospital. Speak to a trained nurse when you call. NHS HelpLine 'Chat' live on line anonymously to a trained grief counsellor - Griefchat Cruse Freephone National Helpline on 0808 808 1677 specially for bereavement support. Key Worker, Emergency Services worker, Care worker, Health worker? Call FRONTLINE 116 123 to talk. Samaritans helpline: Phone 116123. Available to talk at any time of the day or night if you are feeling unable to cope with any situation. Welsh speakers are also available. Under 19? Childline on 0800 11 11 for 24-hour confidential support to children and young people for any reason or cause.